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Wednesday, September 19 • 2:50pm - 2:55pm
Systemic transformation in action: Turbo-charging evaluation and impact in the New Zealand science system

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Helen Percy (AgResearch Limited), Toni White (AgResearch Limited)
How do we ‘turbo-charge’ evaluation and impact in the New Zealand science and innovation system?
What does it take for research, government and industry organisations to explore a collective approach to tackling the challenge of evaluating science impact?
This presentation tells our story of collaboration for system transformation: collaborating across organisations through the Impact Planning and Evaluation Network, and – through a facilitated forum - gaining a shared understanding, language and benchmarking of current evaluative capacity; identifying what’s needed to turbo-charge the current state; and initial steps to achieving systemic transformational change.

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Delyth Lloyd

Manager, Centre for Evaluation and Research, Dept. Health and Human Services Victoria
Capacity building, professionalisation, cultural competence, participation, facilitation, and technology.

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Helen Percy

Science Impact Leader - Adoption and Practice Change, AgResearch Ltd
Helen Percy is a Science Impact Leader – Adoption and Practice Change at AgResearch. She is currently leading a cross-organisation programme implementing the recommendations of AgResearch’s Adoption and Practice Change Roadmap, which includes developing organisational capability... Read More →
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Toni White

Evaluator & Social Researcher, Plant and Food Research
•Strong background in biological sciences•Focus on bringing evaluation into the sciences in NZ•Loves working in the ECB space•Keen on learning and using new methodologies•Passionate about the social sciences•Co-facilitates the Waikato/BOP branch of ANZEA•Loves cats and... Read More →

Wednesday September 19, 2018 2:50pm - 2:55pm AEST
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